“I think that there are a lot of law enforcement officers out there who work according to their own set of what is right and what is wrong. And that doesn’t always include respect for administration cops, you know, people that are higher up the food chain.”

 

Bruce Willis

“Everyone has a right to bear arms. If you take guns away from legal gun owners, then the only people who have guns are the bad guys.”

 

Bruce Willis

“I could never write my memoirs, just because too many people are still alive and would be hurt.”

 

Bruce Willis

“It doesn’t matter how many people I’ve killed. What matters is how I get along with the people who are still alive.”

 

Bruce Willis

“I believe in justice, and I believe in people being held responsible for their actions.”

 

Bruce Willis

“If people are not sharing their faith in your church, if they’re not having a quiet time, if they’re not living godly lives, then you need to change your style of preaching. You are obviously not seeing lives changed through the Word of God. So what is the problem? The problem isn’t the Word. The problem is your preaching style.”

 

Bruce Wilkinson

“Dependence upon God makes heroes of ordinary people like you and me!”

 

Bruce Wilkinson

“The single best way to develop leaders . . . is to take people out of their safe environment and away from the people they know, and throw them into a new arena they know little about. Way over their head, preferably. In fact, the more demanding their challenges, the more pressure and risk they face, the more likely a dynamic leader will emerge.”

 

Bruce Wilkinson

“I write screenplays that don’t get made and pilots that don’t get picked up, and I re-write other people’s movies, and those are all different kinds of fees.”

 

Bruce Vilanch

“They make a humongous profit, but the people that work on the shows don’t get paid a lot because they’re working on the Oscars show. It’s the biggest show in the world.”

 

Bruce Vilanch

“You know, you have to do homework. You listen to who they are, what they do. I also compare it to designing clothes for people. If somebody brings in Tilda Swinton, you’re not going to give her the same dress you’d give Gabourey Sidibe. Everybody looks different in a different line, a different color. The same thing with the way people speak.”

 

Bruce Vilanch

“It’s the biggest party in the world, and you have to keep the whole thing percolating, which is difficult because a lot of awards most people don’t care about.”

 

Bruce Vilanch

“I have one rave New York Times review framed next to a flop Los Angeles Times review. And it’s for the same show. These people watched the same show. That’s what happens. They love it, they hate it.”

 

Bruce Vilanch

“War takes people’s lives and destroys property, but it does not resolve the world’s problems. If anything is achieved through war, it is to plant the seeds for the next violent conflict as the vanquished and their children will usually not accept the outcome.”

 

Bruce Van Voorhis

“But from another, deeper perspective: we shouldn’t involve outselves in lines of development where the ultimate victory condition is emulating dead people. There’s no appeal in that. It’s bad for us. That kind of inherent mournfulness is just not a good way to be human.”

 

Bruce Sterling

“People in the Pentagon had colleagues killed and maimed by bin Laden. They’re trying to find bin Laden and kill him and his cult. Naturally they consider that a legitimate thing to do, but they’re having mixed success at the job.”

 

Bruce Sterling

“We might be on the brink of an apocalypse if, instead of poor people with suicide bombs killing middle class guys, middle-class people with suicide bombs started killing rich guys.”

 

Bruce Sterling

“Political people don’t solve stuff – not really. Political people are like guys in pop music.”

 

Bruce Sterling

“Don’t become a well rounded person. Well rounded people are smooth and ull. Become a thoroughly spiky person.”

 

Bruce Sterling

“Science fiction is not about the freedom of imagination. It’s about a free imagination pinched and howling in a vise that other people call real life.”

 

Bruce Sterling